Bought by the Billionaire Prince

Bought by the Billionaire Prince Two of his heirs having been ruled out the king turns to the black sheep of the family Luca Fierezza is a royal rebel He s made Niroli a magnet for the rich and famous and himself a billionaire Megan

  • Title: Bought by the Billionaire Prince
  • Author: Carol Marinelli
  • ISBN: 9780373126590
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Two of his heirs having been ruled out, the king turns to the black sheep of the family Luca Fierezza is a royal rebel He s made Niroli a magnet for the rich and famous and himself a billionaire Megan Donovan s stunned when she s jailed after working at Luca s casino And her unlikely rescuer is her new boss, Luca She s entirely at his mercyd his passion A scTwo of his heirs having been ruled out, the king turns to the black sheep of the family Luca Fierezza is a royal rebel He s made Niroli a magnet for the rich and famous and himself a billionaire Megan Donovan s stunned when she s jailed after working at Luca s casino And her unlikely rescuer is her new boss, Luca She s entirely at his mercyd his passion A scandal will end Luca s chance to be king But he wants little thief Megan at his beck and call, day and night

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    1. TRIGGER WARNING: eating disorder, child abuseIn "Bought by the Billionaire Prince," the hero cures the heroine's eating disorder with his wiener.And also, his tongue tastes like champagne and power. Romance novels are weird.So, anyway.The good:The heroine is a recovering anorexic, which, for the most part, is portrayed sensitively and accurately. It's tied in to the abuse she suffered at the hands of her biological parents as a child, which was also portrayed with painful realism. Despite being [...]

    2. Again with the nastiness and the hero towards the heroine. It seems to be a running theme with this story arc (Niroli), while this one started good the complete donkey behavior of the hero towards the heroine, let's just say in her place and her issues - she would have been told to pass him over.I think love CAN conquer MOST, but not all.

    3. Goodnessis had so much promise. Up until roughly 70%, this was a classic Harlequin Presents book. It was exactly what I was looking for. It worked for me. But then there was one miscommunication and stupid mistake after another by the characters and things started moving extremely fast and I just lost interest and thought it was too fast.

    4. Between a 3.5 to 4 stars for me, I really liked the book but felt it was rushed in areas and ended a little fast for my liking. Something was missing. That's why I move 3.5 stars to 4 and back again .

    5. I found this tucked away on my shelf I'd forgotten I had it. A light read but enjoyable. I'll probably look for the rest of the series now.

    6. God, is it just me, or is this series just a terrible concept? It's like I'm steadily reading books purposely written to be awful

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